Fleury allowed two goals on 29 shots in the Golden Knights double-overtime loss in Game 6. Fleury has had a solid series, posting a .912 SV% and one shutout through six games and brings a ton of Game 7 experience to the crease on Tuesday. Fleury is 3-3- with a 1.86 GAA and .923 SV% in six career Game 7 starts.
Source: 04/23/19, 3:21 pm EST
Fleury will start Game 6 vs. the Sharks.
Fleury will start Game 5 in San Jose.
Fleury will start Game 4 vs. the Sharks.
Fleury allowed three goals on 28 shots in the Golden Knights 6-3 win over the Sharks in Game 3. Fleury has not been at his best, allowing at least three goals in all three games and posting a .897 SV%, but he has outplayed Martin Jones and that has been enough. He should be able to do the same in Game 4 and that should give Vegas a 3-1 series lead.
Fleury starts Game 3 vs. the Sharks.
Fleury is expected to start Game 3 vs. the Sharks.
Holden is expected to be a healthy scratch in Game 2.
Holden was a minus-2 in 13:34 TOI in Game 1 and will be replaced by Colin Miller, who was a healthy scratch in that contest.
Miller is expected to draw back into the Golden Knights lineup in Game 2.
Miller was a healthy scratch for Game 1 but is expected to replace Nick Holden in Game 2. Miller brings a little more offence to the Golden Knights blueline, having scored three goals with 26 asssits (29 points) in 65 games this season.
Fleury will start Game 2 in San Jose.
Pirri is expected to be a healthy scratch for Game 1.
Despite skating on the top power-play in Tuesday’s practice it ultimately looks like Tomas Nosek will skate on the third line in Game 1. Pirri will sit for the sixth time in the Golden Knights last eight games.
Miller is expected to be a healthy scratch for Game 1.
Miller appeared in the final six games of the regular season but it looks like he will be a healthy scratch in favour of Jon Merrill for Game 1 in San Jose. Miller is a solid offensive defenseman, collecting three goals and 26 assists (29 points) in 65 games but Merrill brings a more reliable defensive game.
Fleury will start Game 1 in San Jose.
Fleury missed nine games at the end of the season but appeared in the season finale and is ready to start Game 1 in San Jose. Fleury was 1-1-0 with a 1.54 GAA, .950 SV% and one shutout in two starts vs. the Sharks this season. Don’t forget he was 13-7 with a 2.24 GAA, .927 SV% and four shouts in 20 playoff starts a season ago.
Fleury will start Saturday in Los Angeles.
Fleury will start Thursday vs. the Coyotes.
Fleury has missed the last nine games with a lower-body injury but is ready to go tonight vs. the Coyotes. Fleury is riding a personal six-game winning streak while posting a 0.83 GAA and .973 SV%. Fleury has gone 2-1-0 with a 2.30 GAA and .908 SV% in three games against the Coyotes this season.
Fleury (lower-body) is expected to be available on Thursday.
Fleury has missed the last nine games but the Golden Knights returned Maxime Lagace to Chicago (AHL) on Wednesday, which suggests that Fleury is ready to go for Thursday. Prior to getting hurt, Fleury had won six in a row with a 0.83 GAA, .973 SV% and two shutouts in his previous six starts.
The Golden Knights have reassigned Maxime Lagace to Chicago (AHL).
Returning Lagace to Chicago suggests that Marc-Andre Fleury will be back on Thursday. The 26-year-old goes back to the AHL where he is 16-8-1 with a 2.33 GAA and .917 SV% in 29 games.